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RE: Timing problem  Donald Ruggles
 Jun 18, 2002 01:18 PDT 
Curtis wrote:
 I believe I have a timing problem with my 1980 Vespa Si. It runs fine
(actually @ 85% of capacity) until it warms up, and then it runs like a
sick
dog. It backfires out of the air filter when you give it some juice.
Does
this sound like timing to anyone? If so can I adjust the timing, or what
part(s) might I need to replace.
I pulled the air filter off and it looked clean, and smelled like fuel.
The
fuel is mixed correctly and new. The spark plug is clean.
Thanks.
-Curtis
http://curtis.curtis.org/moped/
Hi,Curtis! If it's not the points,which it probably is,then make sure
your exhaust isn't plugging and your air filter is clear.A vibrating
taillight wire can actually make some mopeds engines miss too.
Don-ohio
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